, Classic Comedy
, Joan Davis
Fifties Television: An episode called "Dreams" of the unpopular yet popular 1950's sitcom "I Married Joan". Starring Joan Davis & Jim Backus. This episode may be missing a few minutes, but is completely watchable. In this episode, Joan wonders what might of happened if she never got married. The fantasy sequences are fantastic.
Run time 23:52Production Company Volcano PicturesAudio/Visual Sound, Black and White
September 18, 2011
Dreams (I Married Joan)
Season 1, episode 11.
Original air date: 24 December 1952.
Following a school reunion where she learns that all her old girlfriends has become careerwomen, Joan dreams of all the things she might have done if she hadn`t married Brad.
Cast: Joan Davis (Joan Stevens,) Jim Backus (Judge Bradley Stevens).
The descriptions of the High School Reunion haven`t change on the last 60 years. It is almost like today.
August 16, 2011
I Married Joan - Dreams
This is another great episode! Others can also be seen at:
February 21, 2010
A catalog site for Classic TV shows
If you like Classic TV from of the 50's, I found a catalog site that makes it easy to find and watch episodes streaming from Archive.org at:
The Classic TV Channel
There are currently over 400 individual episodes of about 30 different programs, and the site is growing day by day. Check it out!
December 31, 2009
I wouldn't say I Married Joan was "unpopular"...
Since I Married Joan ran for a number of years and filmed over 90 shows, I wouldn't say it was "unpopular". Ratings hit? No but it had to have at least some success to had so many episodes filmed in the first place. Kinda reminds me of a remark I have seen elsewhere onhere about The Flintstones being "unpopular" and a "flop". If The Flintstones was so unpopular I wish someone would explain to me why do we still see Fruity Pebbles ceral at the local supermarkets? Vitamins bearing the Flintstones and until recently some amusement parks featuring The Flintstones on rides and such? Doesn't sound like a flop to me.
November 5, 2009
I've Seen This Show in Reruns
This was an ahead of its time episode -- taking the 50's standard of housewife and putting up the idea of the woman in the business world.
Of course, in today's society, women can do both...
April 2, 2009
I Uploaded This, and I give it the Yugi Moto seal of approval.
It's funnier than "Windows XP" for sure.